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Tuesday, June 26, 2007

If you have at least 30 minutes to pull your hair out...

Posted By on Tue, Jun 26, 2007 at 2:21 PM

I think I got this from Davezilla, through Defective Yeti, which came from Ninjapoodles' or Ninjapoodle Local (on this site!) suggestion and I highly recommend all three blogs, but none the less, I bring you:  Escape: RPG.  A flash based game in which you are locked in a room and have to use the clues and items in the room to get yourself out.  I had to look up a walk through to figure out how to get one of the items, and it was totally right in front of my eyes.  There are two exits to the game.  Anyway, enjoy or hate me later, which ever......

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